Saturday, 16 March 2013

Variations on a Daisy

Two creations using the same stencil which I've been experimenting with a lot recently, spreading different media through it.  I used Distress Crackle Rock Candy courtesy of Hels on her C&C demo the other day.  Once the rock candy had dried I used a paint brush to flood the crackles with ink to colour it.  



I used Golden light moulding paste for the hanging and then coloured the whole thing with Fresco acrylic paints.  The centre of the flower is one of the TH tattered florals, die cut, embossed with some Ten Seconds Studio tools and coloured with alcohol ink.


9 comments:

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Gorgeous Carol, I love this stencil and you have used it beautifully. Great designs, love them. Tracy x

Heather said...

I love both of these Carol - you are so clever. The second one looks very complicated but is very successful.

Netty said...

Loving both of your beautiful makes. Hugs Annette x

butterfly said...

Glorious work, Carol! You can probably guess which one's my favourite - the hanging tag on the corrugated card is just to die for! Glowing colour blending and the textured flower looks beautiful... The crackle version is also amazing. I didn't see Hels's show - bet you have to clean your stencil fast don't you?!
Alison x

craftimamma said...

I love both these Carol. The rock candy crackle has worked so well with the ink but I have to love the articulated tag on the corrugated card best. Fabulous work and I've just been playing with some of the Golden texture paste on my next DT piece. It looks great on this tag and I love how you did the flower centre.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Sid said...

Fab work, great effects !!

Karin said...

Both are fantastic Carol, you've done a great job.

Alison said...

These are both stunning Carol! I do love a bit of texture & corrugated cardboard! The crackled flower looks fab!
Alison xx

hazel said...

They're both wonderful Carol, I love the stencil.
xxx Hazel.